I heard about this movie for a long time and publicized it for a long time. It seems that there are a lot of big stars in it. This Saturday, I was lucky to see this movie.
October siege is based on the historical event that Sun Yat-sen went to Hong Kong to talk with the revolutionary representatives of 13 provinces and was nearly assassinated. It tells how the little people from the three religions and nine schools in Hong Kong spontaneously became the dead men to protect Sun Yat-sen, and jointly completed the great task related to national justice in the realization of their personal dreams and commitments. In this way, I understand what revolution is and what revolution is. The performers are all working hard. My favorite performances are bater, Donnie Yen and Nicholas Tse. Although it is a film, it should have some historical basis. In order to build a new China, the predecessors made so many sacrifices and respected Dr. Sun Yat Sen even more. In this, Barthel impressed me the most. He played a peddler selling stinky tofu in it. He was very simple. He was very happy about who he hated. He was not angry at any time. Even though Fang Hong's helpless eyes flashed by him, however, what he gave me the most was that he was stabbed several times to protect Mr. Sun, but he still didn't fall down. He endured deep pain again Once stood up, "stinky tofu, stinky tofu..." You can hear him calling you. "My name is Wang fuming, Wang fuming!!" your roar is still heard, and then you fall down and entrust the whole life to the earth.
This movie is good-looking. It's heartbreaking to watch it. It's amazing to watch it. It's revolutionary to watch it. It feels like someone is beating my heart.